Citation: Samuel Damilola, Akhibi (2022) Smart Automobile Self-Diagnosis Data Evaluation System, European Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology, Vol.10, No.1, pp.38-45
Abstract: The optimal performance of an automobile requires that underlining problems are checked at intervals by qualified technicians. Many a time, the checks are not carried out routinely until a fault in the vehicle raises its ugly head, this can cause disruptions of all kinds and disrupt the schedule of the owner. Over time, with the advent of technological advancement, there has been an increase in the usage of fault monitoring sensors in keeping track of the performance and maintenance requirements of automobiles. As the trend in technological advancement continues, diagnosis and evaluation techniques are now focused on a more active and user-centric system. In this paper, we would be analyzing current diagnosis and evaluation systems and looking into the research for self-diagnosing and evaluation for automotive systems
Modern cars are more or less computers on wheel. With automobiles developing one fault or the other while in use. There is an urgent corresponding demand for a more sophisticated automobile diagnostic tool. This project designed and implemented an on-board diagnostic reader which is equipped with the functionality scanning, diagnosing and correcting trouble codes. It was designed using LM327 and associated circuitry. It communicates with computerized components of an automobile. It displays scanned fault codes on a window based diagnostic application. This has been designed to work only with Toyota brand of automobile. Hence, it makes it unnecessary to employ the service of an auto technician. Consequently, useful time and energy is saved by the use of this technology.